Mississauga invites public to transit open house

November 8, 2017 by  

Mississauga has begun to undertake the process of revamping its transportation system, and the public has been offered an opportunity to attend an open house where they will be able to find out more.

During the event, the City Centre will have its doors open in the evening so the public can come in and meet with representative of MiWay transit and also the Hurontario LRT project. There will also be a chance for them to learn more about the different alternative transportation methods available in the community.

The evening is being held as part of the Mississauga Moves initiative, which will be exploring the different ways both people and goods enter the city. Those who attend will be able to share their input and experiences as transit consumers, and also add any ideas they may have to discussion. There will also be an opportunity to find out more about both ‘Does Cycling Move You?’ and ‘Parking Matters’. Poster printing can be used to create large sized visual displays that can be used during a community event like this.

This chance for the public to have its say in the future of their city’s transit system will be held on November 16, and everyone is welcome. There is no cost to participate, and more details can be found on the City of Mississauga’s website.